Assystem: 4th Nuclear Engineering Company Worldwide

Assystem: 4th Nuclear Engineering Company Worldwide

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The Group will attend the World Nuclear Exhibition (WNE), the leading international nuclear industry event, at Le Bourget (France), 14 to 16 October 2014.

Paris, 23 September, 2014 – The most recent ENR (Engineering News Record) world rankings puts Assystem in the Top 4 independent nuclear engineering companies. Fortified by this position and its long-standing expertise in the French nuclear industry, Assystem’s presence at the WNE marks the presence of an internationally-focused company committed to making export a competitive advantage for the French nuclear industry.

The WNE is a professional event created for and dedicated to French and international nuclear industry players to be held at Le Bourget from 14 to 16 October, 2014. Assystem will be attending with an exhibition space located on booth E 46. Dominique Louis, Chairman of the Board and CEO of Assystem, will also participate on 14 October in a round table entitled “Safe and proven technologies for reactors and the fuel cycle,” chaired by Luc Oursel, Chairman of the Areva Executive Board, to discuss technology performance in the nuclear industry. Assystem experts will also hold a workshop-conference on the same day on the theme of “The Importance of PMC in Nuclear New Build Programs: an Engineering Consultancy Perspective.” A promising international market where Assystem is strongly positioned

Today, 31 countries are using nuclear power. There are 435 reactors operating worldwide, including 58 in France, and 174 new reactors are expected to emerge by 2030, 72 of them now under construction1. And while a nuclear reactor entails an investment of between €6 and 10 billion, engineering typically amounts to 25% of this figure. With a presence in 20 countries, a co-chair of the CSFN export working group and a founding member of the AIFEN (French Association of Nuclear Export Manufacturers), Assystem is an active partner to the French nuclear team on an international scale. It is also positioned internationally with first-accession countries to assist them in identifying, designing and implementing their nuclear programmes through its n.triple.a (Nuclear Atkins Assystem Alliance) joint venture. To date, the Group has participated in the construction of nuclear projects in over 10 countries around the world, covering the entire life cycle of the plants.

For over 45 years, Assystem has been the preferred engineering partner for advanced large-scale and research projects in nuclear power. Designing and operating a nuclear project involves more than controlling the processes on the basis of an experienced skill set and a strong safety culture. Assystem’s 2,500 nuclear experts also act throughout the management of the project, from the very start of the programme, with estimation studies and investment optimisation, through the design and coordination stages to the production, construction, commissioning, maintenance and decommissioning of plants.

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About Assystem

Assystem is an international Engineering and Innovation Consultancy. As a key participant in the industry for more than 45 years, Assystem supports its customers in developing their products and managing their capital expenditure throughout the product life cycle. Assystem employs more than 11,000 people worldwide and reported €871.4 million in revenue in 2013.The Company is listed on NYSE Euronext Paris.

For more information: www.assystem.com
Follow Assystem on Twitter: @anewpath2growth

Press Contacts
Bao-Chau Nguyen
Corporate communications & Press Relations
Téléphone : 01 55 65 03 38
E-Mail: bcnguyen@assystem.com

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